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The fiddler of Helperby : Victorian music from a North Yorkshire village tunes collected and played in his early years by Lawrence Leadley (1827-1897) / James Merryweather, Matt Seattle

by Merryweather, James | Seattle, Matt.

Material type: Score Score Publication details: Newbiggin-by-the-Sea : Dragonfly Music, 1994Availability: Items available for reference: VWML: (1)Location, call number: Pamphlet Box QM.
Remember me : the fidddle music of Robert Whinham / Graham Dixon

by Dixon, Graham.

Material type: Score Score Publication details: Pathhead : Wallace Music, 1995Availability: Items available for loan: VWML (1)Location, call number: Pamphlet Box QM. Items available for reference: VWML: (1)Location, call number: Pamphlet Box QM.
William Winter's Quantocks tune book : country dance and popular tunes from the manuscript of a nineteenth century Somerset village shoemaker / Geoff Woolfe.

by Woolfe, Geoff | Woolfe, Geoff.

Material type: Text Text; Literary form: Not fiction ; Audience: General; Publication details: Crowcombe, Somerset : Halsway Manor Society, 2007Availability: Items available for loan: VWML (1)Location, call number: Off-site storage QM. Items available for reference: VWML: (1)Location, call number: Pamphlet Box QM.
A dreamer of dreams : life of Lewis Roberts, violin maker, 1869-1917 / John Carpenter

by Carpenter, John.

Material type: Text Text; Nature of contents: biography; Literary form: Not fiction ; Audience: General; Publication details: [2005?]Availability: Items available for reference: VWML: (1)Location, call number: Pamphlet Box AL ROBERTS.
Crossing over : fiddle and dance studies from around the north Atlantic 3 / edited by Ian Russell and Anna Kearney Guigné

by Russell, Ian | Kearney Guigné, Anna.

Publication details: Aberdeen : The Elphinstone Institute, 2010Availability: Items available for reference: VWML: (1)Location, call number: MI 40 Fiddle.
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